It was actually rather awkward for a number of reasons. I’m not sure they knew who I was even after I identified myself, and I’m 99.9% certain they didn’t beforehand. I was standing in line and scanning the crowd, as I always find myself thinking, “Disneyland is so popular, you’d think I’d run into someone I know every time I’m here, but I never do. What’s up with that?” Suddenly, off in the distance, I see a familiar face. I’m thinking, is that…? No, it couldn’t be! Then I see Sarah with him, and I’m certain, so suddenly like a fool I’m jumping and waving, shouting “Forest!! Forest!!” He sees me and of course gives me one of those, “Oh, that guy is trying to get my attention; who the heck is that?” looks and a tentative wave back. So I point at myself and shout, “It’s Brucker from KnowYourMeme!” (I tend to go by “Brucker” IRL anyway.) He nods and waves a touch more enthusiastically and they move on.
Then I’m thinking, ah, what the heck, I should get a picture. So since they’re in another line, I turn to my perplexed family and say, “Be right back!” and proceed to hop some barriers and “excuse me” my way through the crowd. I ask them if we can get a picture, snap it with my phone and then work my way back to my family and try to explain what that was all about. (“Okay, you know knowyourmeme.com, right? No? Well, it’s owned by the I Can Has Cheezburger folks… Seriously? You’ve never seen the pictures of cats with funny captions? You have! Okay, well… Yes, they are stupid, but that’s not the point. Ah, never mind.”)